Home of the Prosperity Economics Movement

We are a non-profit 501c3 membership based community of like-minded investors

The Abundant Alternative to Financial Planning

Our Mission

Our mission is to learn the whole truth about money and apply it daily, teach it to clients and guide our nation onto more solid economic ground. Our focus is on sustainable financial solutions that have stood the test of time. We employ common-sense principles and strategies that preceded the rise of 401ks and the financial planning industry. The Prosperity Economics Movement goes beyond any one financial advisor, product or strategy. It is a new philosophy that espouses tried-and-true principles such as saving safely, creating cash-flowing assets, and using permanent insurance when appropriate.

Who & How We Serve

We serve consumers seeking to build wealth, but who are wary of traditional methods espoused by corporate financial advisors. We provide education on the concept of Prosperity Economics available through our media archive (links to blog, podcasts, books) and consultations. We also provide guidance for connecting to a financial advisor trained in the Prosperity Economics methodology. Prosperity Economics represents a different way of thinking, an alternative to “typical” financial planning’s reliance on mutual funds and tax-deferred government programs. Unlike some “typical” financial strategies, it teaches investors NOT to delegate control of their assets to their broker, their employer, or the government.

Our Story

The Prosperity Economics Movement is 501c3 organization founded in 2014 to ensure the legacy of our alternative approach to financial planning. Our Founders, Kim D. H. Butler and Todd Langford, envisioned an organization that would transcend the typical financial planning concept of “better than nothing” approach that only gets people half way up the hill. Instead, the Prosperity Economics Advisor shows you how to reach the “mountaintops” of prosperity.

Our Philosophy

Financial Planning

VS

Prosperity Economics

Meets needs and goals only

Pursues wants and dreams

Based on limited ideas of what you can afford

Based on unlimited ideas of “what is possible”

Minimizes requirements

Optimizes opportunities

“How much do I have to save?”

“How else can I build wealth?” mindset

Product oriented (what you buy)

Strategy-oriented (what you do)

Focus is primarily on buying certain products

Based on the time-tested principles and financial philosophies used to build wealth

Focused on rate-of-return

Focused on recovering opportunity cost

“How much is this earning me?”

Keep more money working for you

Institutions control your money

You control your money

Put your assets “under management” (and/or give control to the government)

Maintain responsibility for and access to your assets and funds

Micro (vacuum) based

Macro (big picture) based

Focus in on your portfolio

View your whole personal economy

Net worth is measurement

Cash flow is measurement

A bigger portfolio is the goal

The goal is more money to enjoy each month

Retirement oriented

Abundant/Freedom oriented

Your reward for work is not working

Enjoy your work and your life - all life long

Lives only on interest

Spends and replaces principle

At the mercy of interest rates, with fingers crossed you don't need to use this principle

A flexible, sustainable way to live

Money stays still

Money moves

Assets are accumulated into accounts where they sit, financially “stagnant”

Your personal economy is alive and well: money flows in and out of accounts

Financial Planning

Meets needs and goals only

Based on limited ideas of what you can afford

Minimizes requirements

“How much do I have to save?”

Product oriented (what you buy)

Focus is primarily on buying certain products

Focused on rate-of-return

“How much is this earning me?”

Institutions control your money

Put your assets “under management” (and/or give control to the government)

Micro (vacuum) based

Focus in on your portfolio

Net worth is measurement

A bigger portfolio is the goal

Retirement oriented

Your reward for work for is not working

Lives only on interest

At the mercy of interest rates, with fingers crossed you don't need to use this principle

Money stays still

Assets are accumulated into accounts where they sit, financially “stagnant”

Prosperity Economics

Pursues wants and dreams

Based on unlimited ideas of “what is possible”

Optimizes opportunities

“How else can I build wealth?” mindset

Strategy-oriented (what you do)

Based on the time-tested principles and financial philosophies used to build wealth

Focused on recovering opportunity cost

Keep more money working for you

You control your money

Maintain responsibility for and access to your assets and funds

Macro (big picture) based

View your whole personal economy

Cash flow is measurement

The goal is more money to enjoy each month

Abundant/Freedom oriented

Enjoy your work and your life - all life long

Money moves

Your personal economy is alive and well: money flows in and out of accounts

Our Board

Kim Butler

Founder of Partners for Prosperity, LLC, Kim Butler has shunned common financial products such as stocks, bonds, savings accounts and CDs in favor of alternative investments, private lending, and creative life insurance strategies outside of the typical financial planning “box.”

Todd Langford

Financial software pioneer Todd Langford of TruthConcepts.com is the Co- Founder of the Prosperity Economics Movement. He is always checking the math and espousing the mission of “Wealth without Wall Street” to clients and other advisors alike.

Patrick Donohoe

As the President and CEO of Paradigm Life & PL Wealth Advisors, Patrick is recognized in his field for creating virtual, online environments where individuals, families, business owners, and investors can learn about financial strategies and techniques not taught on Wall Street. He is also the author of 'Heads I Win Tails You Lose' and host of The Wealth Standard Podcast.